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AIMS project status report

AIMS project status report

Nov 09, 2018 | AIMS Project, News

Workshops have been the focus of activity for AIMS project team members.

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The people behind the AIMS project

The people behind the AIMS project

Nov 08, 2018 | AIMS Project, News

The AIMS Project brings terms to mind like processes, practices and policies, but that’s not the primary focus. AIMS is...

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Emphasizing quality over cost savings

Emphasizing quality over cost savings

Oct 04, 2018 | Contracting, News

One of many characteristics of the provincial contracting approach.

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Putting bad linens to good use

Putting bad linens to good use

Oct 04, 2018 | Linen Services, News

They say one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. It’s a familiar adage that is very much evident in the...

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Lost and found: the adventures of Peter Rabbit

Lost and found: the adventures of Peter Rabbit

Jun 06, 2018 | Linen Services, News

A treasured keepsake goes missing but doesn’t stay lost for long, thanks to the provincial linen service.

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More info in patient care reports will help prevent errors and delays

More info in patient care reports will help prevent errors and delays

Apr 20, 2018 | Dictation and Transcription, News

Physicians, nurse practitioners, and others who dictate care reports should say vital patient information at the start of their dictations....

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